CfP: ESHHS 2013 in Würzburg, Germany

The European Society for the History of the Human Sciences (ESHHS) has issued a call for papers for its summer 2013 conference. The conference will be held at Adolf-Würth-Center for the History of Psychology at the University of Würzburg from July 30th to August 2nd, 2013. Submissions are due by March 31st, 2013.

The full call for papers follows below.

European Society for the History of Human Sciences (ESHHS) invites submissions to its annual conference to be held at University of Würzburg, Germany, 30 July to 02 August 2013.

Papers, posters, symposia, or workshops may deal with any aspect of the history of the behavioral, human, and social sciences or with related historiographic and methodological issues.

Members of the program committee are:
Armin Stock, (University of Würzburg, Germany)
Sharman Levinson (Université d’Angers, France and the American University of Paris)
Petteri Pietikäinen (University of Oulu, Finland)

Submissions must be received by March 31st 2013, and must be sent electronically as an attachment in MSWord (.doc, .docx) or .rtf format to:;;;

Papers: Submit a 500-600 word abstract plus short bibliography. The program committee welcomes original papers, i.e. not previously presented at other conferences or published.

Posters: Submit a 300 – 400 word abstract.

Symposia: Submit a 300-word abstract describing the symposium as a whole, and a 500-600 word abstract plus short bibliography from each of the participants.

Workshops: Contact local organizer Armin Stock:

A limited number of travel funds will be available to students and to scholars from countries with low value currencies who are presenting papers or posters. Please indicate along with your submission if you wish to be considered for this arrangement.
Conference site: University of Würzburg, Adolf-Würth-Center for the History of Psychology:

For updates on the conference, check the ESHHS website and conference site

About Jacy Young

Jacy Young is a professor at Quest University Canada. A critical feminist psychologist and historian of psychology, she is committed to critical pedagogy and public engagement with feminist psychology and the history of the discipline.